Many of you may recognize Lindsay Vos’s name, and if you’ve ever had the opportunity to meet Lindsay or hear her speak, you’d undoubtedly have a hard time forgetting her infectious smile and positive attitude. After being diagnosed with HHT and undergoing a 14 hour surgery to remove a brain AVM in 2017, Lindsay has continued to champion for HHT Awareness. Her positive attitude is so inspiring that she was asked to deliver the keynote speech at the Hemophilia Federation of America’s Annual Symposium. There, before hemophilia patients and physicians around the world – members of the collective blood or bleeding disorders community – Lindsay shared her personal journey and spread awareness about HHT. Sometimes, a positive attitude can make all the difference in navigating management of a chronic disorder like HHT. Lindsay explains: “It was an honor to speak to the Hemophilia Federation of America (HFA) community and share a bit of education about HHT. We are not the same but we do have a few things in common, namely, that WE ALL NEED BLOOD! I am grateful for the people I’ve been fortunate enough to connect with through HFA, and most importantly the opportunity to spread awareness about HHT. Ultimately, we are ALL warriors.” Learn more about Lindsay’s journey.